Ash Grove Mountain Cabins & Camping
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With the dawn of a cloudy day and rain in the forecast I decided to make a left turn to Greenville rather than continue on to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
The Carl Sandburg Home NHS is high up in the hills in Flat Rock, North Carolina. Who Carl Sandburg and why is house a National Park System unit? Sandburg was a famous American poet and biographer of Lincoln who chose to live in a pretty and quiet spot in western North Carolina for the last couple ...
... puniest water flow. It’s right along the forest road, but was barely noticeable in low flow. We got some pictures and started the hike back to the cars. I imagine that the best time to see all these waterfalls is right after a good rain. Back at the car, we left the forest and got on US-64 West. In Rosman, we turned on US-178 and stopped by Eastatoe Falls. This beautiful waterfall is literally in someone’s backyard, but ...
... and headed back to Brevard. We stopped at Subway again to get our lunches for the next couple of days and then met our friends at Davidson River Campground, where we would be camping tonight. After setting up our tents, we headed north on US-276 and turned onto Forest Service Road 477 (Avery Creek Road). In about 2.5 miles, we came to a pulloff under some power lines and started hiking on Buckhorn Gap Trail. Some incredibly mature ...
Sunday, we decided to hit just one waterfall, though it would be a pretty long hike. After packing up camp, we drove up Cathey’s Creek Road (FR-471) to where it ends at Gloucester Gap and FR-475. We left some cars here and shuttled another to the parking area just past FR-5095 and the trailhead for Waterfall on Long Branch at the trailhead for Daniel Ridge Loop Trail. Then we started hiking from Gloucester ...
... rocks on the south side of the bridge for some pictures and to enjoy the falls and then went to the other side of the bridge and scrambled down a steep hill to the base of the waterfall. Here, we could see the waterfall flowing under the High Arch Bridge on NC-215. Normally, I would think a road would be a distraction and take away from the view of a waterfall. But this lovely stone bridge, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, really ...